Usage examples for lets

  1. If he manufactures must, he lets the skins remain. – The Cultivation of The Native Grape, and Manufacture of American Wines by George Husmann
  2. I didn't think I was ever in my life going to have such a happy time, as Lady Cicely lets me have, and to- night will be lovely, just lovely. – Christina by L. G. Moberly
  3. The minute I find out a girl ain't what a self- respectin' girl ought to be then that lets me out. – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst
  4. Don't forget to take off yer clothes before yer gets in; and when they lets the water out, don't go stopping in the bath because you forgot to get out. – Men, Women and Guns by H. C. (Herman Cyril) McNeile
  5. I can't do more than grieve if he lets himself be led away. – Friarswood Post-Office by Charlotte M. Yonge
  6. Lets go on up toward the High Light. – The Plunderer by Roy Norton
  7. But if he lets himself loose! – Father Payne by Arthur Christopher Benson
  8. A brick lets air through; some air gets into our houses through the bricks even when the windows are shut. – Lessons on Soil by E. J. Russell
  9. She never lets him go. – Alexander's Bridge and The Barrel Organ by Willa Cather and Alfred Noyes
  10. Besides, he seems like such a good- natured, well meanin' gink that I lets him run on, clear to 42d- st. – Shorty McCabe on the Job by Sewell Ford
  11. It lets the sun in. – Love Conquers All by Robert C. Benchley
  12. The world always lets a man tell what he thinks, his own way. – The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by James Boswell
  13. He never lets me bother him. – Two Boys and a Fortune by Matthew White, Jr.
  14. He is good to us, and lets us die together." – Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade
  15. The strain is too great, Nera lets fall the ring. – The Italians by Frances Elliot
  16. I have a friend at court who lets me know what is going to happen. – The Cromptons by Mary J. Holmes
  17. Mother never lets me go out much, except with her. – Marjorie's New Friend by Carolyn Wells
  18. Her ladyship never lets your sister go out of her sight. – Lady Maude's Mania by George Manville Fenn
  19. I charge fifteen shillin' a week in summer time, but then it never lets for more'n three months at t' outside, an' for t' rest o' t' year it 'ud go to rack an' ruin if I didn't put fires in it now an' then, an' get Mrs. 'Ubbard here to look after it. – Windyridge by W. Riley
  20. She lets him out of her arms only to share her labor. – The Children of the Poor by Jacob A. Riis